After a 493-day delay and opposition from Senate Democrats, the Senate approved the former Dow Chemical lawyer to head EPA’s Superfund and waste programs.
The company’s fully automated system shreds, disinfects and reduces waste volume by 90 percent.
“The Butt Stops Here” program has equipped seven golf carts at Rolling Hills with cigarette receptacles via a Keep America Beautiful grant.
The agency encourages other states to follow suit and is seeking comment on this proposed approval during a 60-day public comment period.
The veteran owned and operated company employs veterans and offers residential and commercial junk removal services.
Rely on scientific data to make the right decisions about plastics and single-use packaging, not those that are politically expedient.
The transaction aims to create a nationwide leader in industrial and hazardous waste management services.
DEQ crews cleaned up more than 350 tons of waste from a property that had been operating as an illegal wrecking facility.